morada

noun mo·ra·da \məˈrädə\

Definition of morada

plural

-s

  1. :  a meetinghouse or chapel of the Penitentes knees growing numb on the stone floor of the morada — R. V. Hunter

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Origin and Etymology of morada

American Spanish, from Spanish, house, dwelling, from morar to live, dwell, from Latin morari to delay, remain — more at moratory


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  1. Spanish Central: Translation of morada


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